New Rochelle Dental Office

Paul S. Roberts Dentist

At New Rochelle dental, led by our dentist in New Rochelle, Dr. Paul S. Roberts, we have been providing quality, comprehensive dental care to the city of New Rochelle and its neighboring cities. For over thirty years, we’ve been offering the best in patient care, services, aesthetic results and friendly dental care in a comforting and safe environment. We specialize in implant dentistry, preventive, cosmetic and restorative care. Our goal is to educate all of our patients on oral hygiene and to promote mouth health while providing patients with a beautiful and healthy smile. Our compassionate and attentive dental services are extended to your family and loved ones.

Our dental office is located in the town of New Rochelle, NY. It is the seventh largest city in New York, with a population of 73, 260 in 2007, and has been recognized by the American Podiatric Medical Association as one of the 100 Best Walking Cities in the United States. In November 2008, Business Week magazine listed New Rochelle as the best city in New York State, and one of the best places nationally, to raise children.[3] In 2014, New Rochelle was voted a best city to live in. Five hundred and fifty cities with a population greater than 65,000 were evaluated based on several factors. New Rochelle ranked 13th on the list, the only city in Westchester County. (Source: Wikipedia)

Our services include dental exams, fillings, full mouth restorations, implants, and cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening and veneers. Porcelain veneers are used to correct the shape and color of teeth that are discolored, broken, or simply to enhance one’s smile. They’re a good alternative to crowns, being thinly shaped pieces of porcelain that are attached to the front of the teeth. Teeth that have been chipped, misshapen or have holes in them are usually fixed with porcelain veneers. Should you opt for crowns or caps, the same type of procedure will be followed. Crowns also restore a tooth’s function and its appearance. They are usually placed over teeth to protect them following restorative procedures like root canals. When tooth decay has become advanced enough to require portions of the tooth to be removed, crowns or caps can be placed over it to restore the natural tooth without losing the entire root. They also attach bridges and dentures, or can help a cracked tooth stay sealed without becoming worse.

Call us today to make your appointment to get started on the road to better oral health. We are open 5 days a week, including Saturdays, to best accommodate you.